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September 18, 2014
Unique Language Learning System Helping SC Youth
Four years ago, we interviewed an Irish-American writer and educator who had developed a unique system of teaching languages, in particular Latin and Spanish. He has since written and self-published several text books that are now being used in private schools all over South Carolina.
Mike Switzer interviews Finnbarr Dunphy, founder of Teach Teanga II - Languages Alive, based in Columbia, SC.
September 19, 2014High Court Providing Protection from Patent Trolls
There has been a lot of talk and concern in recent years about “patent trolls” – entities that own patents and threaten infringement lawsuits to obtain license fees, but which do not actually make products using the patents they own. And although federal legislation has been introduced to address this problem, Congress has not been able to agree on the details. Recently however, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously decided a handful of patent cases that could have a substantial impact on patent trolls without that legislation.
September 26, 2014Historically Black School in Columbia Hoping for Fiscal Turnaround
Our next guest's learning institution is one of six four-year degree historically black colleges and universities in South Carolina. And, as with so many others in this category, her's has also been going through some tough times.
Mike Switzer interviews Dr. Lady June Cole, interim president of Allen University in Columbia.